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Select media coverage of Fair Trade Designs:


Julia Headband featured in Leotie Lovely blog, a guide to living more consciously, January 2016:






Reversible Alpaca Shawl featured in Women and Their Pretties blog, January 2016:


Alpaca Reversible Shawl (Fair Trade Designs)

This is one of the softest pieces of material that I have ever laid my hands on. It’s incredibly well made and just absolutely gorgeous. It comes in a variety of colors. The Cocoa color is the one that you see here. This is definitely one of the most luxurious and coziest pieces in my wardrobe. Give this shawl as a Valentine’s Day gift this year. I promise she will be thankful! “Considered by many a higher quality material than cashmere, alpaca is one of the world’s finest natural fibers. It’squalities include: Eco-friendly–a naturally organic fiber requiring no mechanical or chemical processing, 100% hypo-allergenic–Alpaca does not contain lanolin, the chemical in many natural fibers responsible for people’s allergies. No itching or scratching! It’s warm and lightweight–Alpaca fiber has a naturally insulating core, keeping you warm without weighing you down. The shawls are hand woven on wood looms using the same methods that have been practiced for hundreds of years. Handmade in Ecuador under fair trade conditions.  Shawls measure 23″ x 83″ and are 80% alpaca/20% acrylic. Hand washable.”  shupaca-alpaca-shawl-cocoa.jpg

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Revati Pleated Silk & Wool Scarf featured in RebateZone.com "New Year Gift Guide 2016: 



Alpaca Shawl featured in December 2015 USA Today Travel "Road Warrior Voices":




Fair Trade Designs founder and owner featured in USA Today's "Best Years" magazine, October 2013

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Eco-Fashion World Feature Article:

"Giving Hope Through Fashion"


 "Fashion for a cause – starting up a fashion-forward fair trade online retailer"



Muses Magazine, "Guest Muses" features Fair Trade Designs founder.